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PSC receives $1.3 million grant for Veterans Upward Bound program
Pen Air Room Naming Ceremony
‘Broadway’s Next H!T Musical,’ Galactic Cowboys to entertain at PSC
The last weekend of September will be a busy one for entertainment seekers. The hilarious “Broadway’s Next H!T Musical” will be staged at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, at Pensacola State College’s Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus. On Saturday, the Galactic Cowboy Orchestra will bring its eclectic mix of art-rock and jazz fusion to the college. The 7:30 p.m. concert also will be held in Ashmore Auditorium.
3 Pensacola State police officers promoted
Three Pensacola State College Public Safety Department officers have been promoted. Shane Brannock, Rick Steele and Rodney Rani ...
PSC nursing students exceed state average on national licensure exam
Pensacola State College students in registered nursing (RN) and practical nursing (LPN) programs recently outscored their state counterparts on the National Council Licensure Examinations. On the first attempt, PSC practical nursing students achieved a 91.7 percent pass rate and registered nursing students achieved an 85.3 percent pass rate on the NCLEX in comparison to statewide pass rates of 68.1 percent and 76.7 percent respectively.
AFC leaders visit Pensacola State College
Robert Flores, 2018 president of the Association of Florida Colleges, along with AFC Executive Director Michael Brawer visited Pensacola State College on Wednesday, Sept. 6. The two executives set in during the Pensacola AFC Chapter’s General Membership Meeting. They also spoke to members about the 2018 Legislative Outlook and other issues facing higher education in Florida. Flores and Brawer are pictured with some members of the college’s AFC chapter executive committee.
Manna Food Pantries is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Pick A Bowl and Fill A Bowl on Friday, Sept. 22.  The fundraising event will be held from 6PM – 8PM at Hartsell Arena/Ross Center on the Pensacola State College campus. Tickets are only $30 and can be purchased online at www.MannaHelps.org.  For each ticket sold, Manna will provide healthy food for a week for someone in need. Each participant will receive a handmade bowl thrown by a local potter plus enjoy samplings of soup from over a dozen restaurants.  The evening will also include a silent auction featuring unique original works and music by local band Bring On The Benjamin's.  Participating restaurants include Classic City Catering, Four Seasons, Nancy’s Haute Affairs/Skopelos, Pot Roast & Pinot, and The Grand Marlin to name a few.  Local WEAR newscaster Bob Solarski will also be cooking up some delicious soup for the crowd.
U.S. News ranks Pensacola State among nation’s best colleges
Pensacola State has been ranked as one of the best colleges ─ regionally and nationally ─ by U.S. News and World Report. Published annually, the report ranks more than 1,400 private and public colleges and universities and is a guide to help parents and students select schools. In the “Best Colleges 2018 Edition” report, Pensacola State tied for 4th in Top Public Schools ─ Regional Colleges ─ South and is the highest ranked college in Florida. PSC also ranked No. 28 in overall Best Regional Colleges South. Among national colleges and universities, Pensacola State ranked No. 11 in Best Schools for Veterans and No. 147 in Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs (no doctorate).
PSC honors three Employees of the Year
Pensacola State College recognized three Employees of the Year at a recent ceremony. Colleagues, friends and family filled the lecture hall in the new Charles W. Lamar Studio Gallery as PSC President Ed Meadows presented awards and called attention to the accomplishments of each honoree. The Administrative Award went to Mary Graves, senior computer systems analyst, who joined the information technology services department in 1993. Graves was praised as the unsung hero who never says “can’t be done” in response to a data request. Her ability to gather, organize and make sure that data is reported accurately was cited as essential to the success of ITS projects. Career Service Awards were presented to Diana Taylor, accounting specialist, and Scott Russell, maintenance specialist.
PSC Welcomes Increased Enrollment In Fall Term
Pensacola State College is welcoming an increased enrollment for fall term that began Aug. 21. PSC President Ed Meadows announced that total headcount is up 6.7 percent, and the fall-to-fall retention rate is up more than 6 percentage points from last year. “We are working to increase those numbers even more as students register for our C session that begins Sept. 12 and D session that begins Oct. 17,” Dr. Meadows said.


21aug(aug 21)6:00 pm06oct(oct 6)6:00 pm2017 Switzer Distinguished Artist Jacqueline Bishop featured at PSC Switzer Gallery(august 21) 6:00 pm - (october 6) 9:00 pm details >>

18sepallday22alldaySuicide Prevention Month Information Tables(All Day) Building 14, Pensacola Campusdetails >>

20sepallday25octalldayAFC Chapter RADA Cutlery Sales Fundraiser(All Day) details >>

22sep6:00 pm8:00 pmFeaturedPick A Bowl & Fill A Bowl -- For Manna Food PantriesGet Your Tickets Today!6:00 pm - 8:00 pm details >>

23sep(sep 23)9:00 am(sep 23)9:00 amInternational Coastal Cleanup | PSC Biology Club9:00 am - 12:00 pm details >>

25sepallday29alldaySuicide Prevention Month Information Tables(All Day) Chadbourne Library, Building 20- Pensacola Campusdetails >>

25sep(sep 25)8:00 amPresident Ed Meadows Annual Campus Meeting8:00 am Hagler Auditorium- Building 2, PNS Campusdetails >>

25sep(sep 25)2:00 pmPresident Ed Meadows Annual Campus Meeting2:00 pm Warrington campus McMillan Auditorium Bldg. 3700details >>

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